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Saturday 20 December 2014

BB boot for Natasha Giggs

Natasha Giggs is evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother House
Natasha Giggs is evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother House

Natasha Giggs has become the second person to leave the Celebrity Big Brother house, losing out to rival page three girl Nicola McLean.

The sister-in-law of Manchester United footballer Ryan Giggs was chosen, along with McLean, by model Georgia Salpa after Wednesday's eviction, in a twist orchestrated by Big Brother.

Despite boos during the build-up to the announcement by host Brian Dowling, she was greeted by a mixed reaction of boos and cheers as she left the house wearing a metallic sparkly dress and black platform heels.

Obviously emotional, she told Dowling: "I have 100% been myself and if people don't like that then that is me."

Giggs, 29, had expected a stormy time in the house after getting embroiled in a row on Twitter with McLean before the start of the Channel 5 series, but said: "She's a great girl, she really is a great girl."

And Page 3 model McLean was left in tears by her new-found friend's departure, telling Big Brother: "I find this sort of thing really hard and I try and put on a really brave face.

"I was so terrified about going out there and I 100% thought it was me and now it's not I just feel really shocked and really sorry."

Asked tonight by Dowling about her flirting with reality show contestant Kirk Norcross, she said: "Kirk, I love Kirk, Kirk is amazing. Anyone flirts with Kirk. Kirk is the biggest flirt ever and you cannot help but flirt back."

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